GOOD TIMES on the social media front with several new entrants from the Christian book trade. Without further ado, then, a warm welcome to:
- ALBAN BOOKS on twitter: @AlbanBooks — already on facebook at facebook.com/pages/Alban-Books-Ltd/85130147120
Alban Books’ first tweet brings us a reminder that a certain wedding is imminent — an opportunity to kill two birds with one stone with a special souvenir edition of the King James Bible:
- CHRISTIAN BITS on facebook at www.facebook.com/pages/Christian-Bits/207689182594312 — already on twitter @ChristianBits
- CHRISTIAN BOOKSHOP OSSETT (website by Fisher Solutions) on facebook at facebook.com/pages/Christian-Bookshop-Ossett/208558682504427 — not yet on twitter but with a lively and well-established blog, Talking Shop.
- CLC INVERNESS and CLC WHOLESALE on facebook at facebook.com/pages/CLC-Wholesale-UK/176827819035943 and facebook.com/pages/CLC-Bookshop-Inverness/168170746570649 respectively — not yet on twitter.
CLC Wholesale would like your feedback on promotions — head on over to facebook to have your say: What kind of promotion would you like to see CLC Wholesale do?
Last but not least: have you secured your facebook and twitter connections? It’s a straightforward procedure on both facebook and twitter which will make your accounts much less susceptible to hackers. If you’re not sure whether or not you’re using a secure connection, simply look at the URL in your browser’s address bar: if it begins https://, you’re secure; if it begins http:// — without the ‘s’ — you’re not.
On facebook, go to Account (top right in your facebook browser window) > Account Settings > Account Security > Change, select the “Secure browsing” checkbox shown in this screenshot, then click the Save button further down the page:
It’s a similar procedure on twitter.